1 S. Mishal D. Schmeidler and I. Sened. 1990. “Israel and the PLO: A Game with Differencial Information,” in Tatsuro Ichiich, Abraham Neyman and Yair Tauman (Eds.): Proceedings of the International Conference on Game Theory and Applications, 1987. Academic Press.
2 . T. J. Feddersen, I. Sened and Stephen G. Wright. 1990. “Rational Voting and Candidate Entry Under Plurality Rule,” American Journal of Political Science, Vol. 34, No. 4: 1005-1016.
3. W. H. Riker and I. Sened. 1991. “A Political Theory of the Origin of Property Rights,” American Journal of Political Science, Vol. 35, No. 4: 951-969.
- Reprinted in Alston L. J., T. Eggertsson and D. C. North (Eds.) Empirical Studies in Institutional Change, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1995.
4. I. Sened. 1991. “Contemporary Theory of Institutions in Perspective.” The Journal of Theoretical Politics, Vol. 3, No. 4: 379-402.
5. S. H. Ainsworth and I. Sened. 1993: “The Role of Lobbyists: Entrepreneurs with Two Audiences,” American Journal of Political Science, Vol. 37, No. 3: 834-866.
6. I. Sened. 1994. "Contemporary Political Science," Ha'Encyclopedia Ha'Ivrit, Suplement Update Volume 3 (in Hebrew).
7. I. Sened. 1995: “Equilibria in Weighted Voting Games With Side-payments,” The Journal of Theoretical Politics, Vol. 7, No. 3: 283-300.
8 . I. Sened. 1995. “A Political Theory of the Evolution of Rights: A Game Theoretic Approach,” in Jack Knight and Itai Sened (Eds.): Explaining Social Institutions. Ann Arbor: Michigan University Press.
9. G. Doron and I. Sened. 1995: “Cooperative and Non-Cooperative Bargaining Models in Political Science,” The Journal of Theoretical Politics,Vol.7, No 3: 235-243.
10. I. Sened. 1996: “A Model of Coalition Formation: Theory and Evidence,” The Journal of Politics, Vol. 58, No. 2: 370-392.
11. I. Sened and W.H. Riker. 1996: “Common Property and Private Property: The Case of Air Slots,” The Journal of Theoretical Politics, Vol 8, No. 4: 427-47.
12. N. Schofield, I. Sened and D. Nixon. 1998. “Nash Equilibria in Multiparty Competition With ‘Stochastic’ Voters” Annals of Operations Research, Vol 84: 3-27.
13. I. Sened. 1999. “Ingegneria Istituzionale” (“Institutional Engeneering”) Politeia Anno XV, No 53: pp. 13-31 (in Italian).
14. D. Nachmias and I. Sened. 1999. “The Bias of Pluralism: The Redistributional Effects of the New Electoral Law in Israel’s 1996 Election” in Asher Arian and Michal Shamir [Eds.] The Elections in Israel 1996, SUNY Press.
Translated and published in Hebrew. Jerusalem: Israeli Democratic Institute.
15. I. Sened. 2000. “Coalitions,” in Encyclopedia of Democratic Thought, Paul Barry and Joe Foweraker (Eds.). Hampshire: Routledge.
16. D. Nachmias and I. Sened 2001: “Coalitions and Public Policy,” Israel Affairs, Vol. 7 (4): 315-30.
Reprinted in Nachmias and Ben-Menahem [Eds.] Public Policy in Israel, London: Frank Cass.
17. N. Schofield and I. Sened. 2002 "Local Nash Equilibrium in Multi Party Politics" The Annals of Operation Research. Vol. 109: 193-211.
18. I. Sened. 2003. “Coalitions and Social Choice,” in The Encyclopedia of Social Choice, C.K. Roweley and F. Schnieder Eds. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
19. I. Sened. 2003. “On the Social Contract,” CaucasUS Context, Vol. 1: 51-64.
20. I. Sened. 2003. "The Political Institution of Private Property," in Geoffrey M. Hudgson Ed. Recent Developments in Institutional Economics, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
21. I. Sened. 2003. “Due Process in National Budgeting as a Substitute for Economic ‘Miracles.’” In R. Nathanson and I. Hertzog [Eds.], How do we get out? Jerusalem: The Israeli Institute for Economic Research.
22. D. Giannetti and I. Sened. 2004. “Party Competition and Coalition Formation: Italy 1994-1996,” Journal of Theoretical Politics. Vol. 16: 483-515
23. Bianco, William .T. Ivan Jeliazkov and Itai Sened. 2004. “The Uncovered Set and the Limits of Leg-islative Action" Political Analysis, Vol 12: 256-76.
24. N. Schofield and I. Sened. 2004. “Multiparty competition in Israel: 1988-1996." British Journal of Political Science, Vol. 35 635-663.
25. N. Schofield and I. Sened. 2005. “Modelling the Ineraction of Parties, Activists and Voters: Why is the Political Center Empty?” European Journal of Political Research, 44: 355-390.
26. W.T. Bianco and I. Sened. 2005. “Uncovering Conditional Party Government: Re-assessing the Evidence for Party Infuence in Congress and State Legislatures" American Political Science Review, Vol 99: 361-372.
27. W.T. Bianco, M. Lynch, G. Miller, and I. Sened. 2006. “A Theory Waiting to be Discovered and Used: A Reanalysis of Canonical Experiments on Majority Rule Decision Making" The Journal of Politics, Vol. 68 No. 4 837-850.
28. W.T. Bianco, Michael S. Lynch, Gary J. Miller, and Itai Sened. 2008. “The Constrained Instability of Majority Rule: Experiments on the Robustness of the Uncovered Set." Political Analysis, Vol. 16: 115-137.
29. Gyung-Ho Jeong, Gary J. Miller and Itai Sened. 2009. “Closing the Deal: Negotiating Civil Rights Legislation". American Political Science Review, 103 (4): 588-606.
30. Kam, Christopher William T. Bianco, I. Sened and R. Smyth. 2009. “Ministerial Selection and Intra-Party Organization in the Contemporary British Parliament". American Political Science Review 104(2) 104: 289-306.
31. Itai Sened, Marshall Thompson, Robert Walker and Ronald Watson. 2010 “The Middle Class: A New Conceptual Framework and a Brief Application to the Caucusus". Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies, 4(1-2): 124-138, published in English and Russian.
32. Gyung-Ho Jeong, Gary J. Miller, Camilla Schofield and Itai Sened. 2011 “Cracks in the Opposition: Partisan Realignment in the U.S. Senate Negotiations over Immigra-tion Policy". American Journal of Political Science. 55(3): 511-525.
33. Regina Smyth, William Bianco, Christopher Kam and Itai Sened. 2011. “Explaining Transitional Representation: The Rise and Fall of Women of Russia". Journal of East European and Asian Studies. 2(1): 137-162.
34. Michelle Bernard, Michael Craig and Itai Sened. 2012. “Institutions Matter: The Role of Institutions in Wind Energy". In A. Marcus, P. Shrivastava, S. Sharma and S. Pogutz, Eds. Cross-Sector Leadership for the Green Economy Integrating Research and Practice on Sustainable Enterpise. New York: Palgrave-MacMillan Publishers.
35. A. Marcus, J. Malen, S. Ellis, I. Drori and Itai Sened. 2012. “Path Dependence and Creation in Clean Tech: An Exploratory Analysis". In A. Marcus, P. Shrivastava, S. Sharma and S. Pogutz, Eds. Cross-Sector Leadership for the Green Economy Integrating Research and Practice on Sustainable Enterpise. New York: PalgraveMacMillan Publishers.
36. Sened Itai, Marshall Thompson and Robert Walker. 2014. “The State, Property Rights and the Middle Class: A Fresh Start” Indiana Journal of Political Science, forthcoming.
37. Jeong, Gyung-Ho, William Lowry, Gary Miller and Itai Sened. 2014. “How Preferences Change Institutions: The 1978 Energy Act,” Journal of Politics, Vol. 76(2): 430-45.
38. Sened, Itai and Ron Watson. 2014. “The Economic Theories of the State.” Encyclopedia of Political Thought. Michael Gibbons, Ed. West Sussex: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
39. William Bianco, Christopher Kam Itai Sened and Regina Smyth 2015. “The Uncovered Set and Its Applications” In Nicholas Miller Ed. Elgar Handbook of Social Choice and Voting Forthcoming
40. Jacob Bower-Bir, William Bianco, Nicholas D’Amico, Christopher Kam Itai Sened and Regina Smyth. 2015. “Predicting majority rule: Evaluating the uncovered set and the strong point” Journal of Theoretical Politics. Vol 27, Issue 4: 650 – 672.
41. Bianco, William T. Kam, Cristopher, Itai Sened and Regina Smyth. 2016. “The Uncovered Set and Its Applications in Elgar Handbook of Social Choice and Voting. Jac Heckelman and Nicholas Miller, eds., Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishers.
42. Lahat, Lihi and Itai Sened. 2019. "Is it Time for a Time Policy? Time and Well-Being An Institutional, Comparative Perspective", Journal of European Social Policy. Forthcoming